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    Can anyone help me with my new hatched baby leopard. Female should be normal, male is hypo tangerine. I cannot determine the baby. Here are the pics...
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    Edit: baby is one day old... last pic on perlite with another egg that im waiting to hatch

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    Your male looks like an albino. The hatchling is too young to know the exact morph. If the male is an albino, the hatchling is het for albino. If all of its spots disappear as it matures it will be a super hypo. If nearly all the body spots disappear it will be a hypo and if it turns orange, it will be a tangerine. You should know more in about 3 months. If you're breeding and none of this makes sense to you, please do more research: leopardgeckowiki.com, reptilecalculator.com, http://www.geckotime.com/leopard-gec...tics-and-hets/

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    I have a second question. I will probably buy new baby gecko, 3 months old, but seller doesnt know what morph it is. Only that dad was stripe and mom was high yellow. Here are the pic of that babyreceived_971906926320261.jpg

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    Very pretty gecko. I'd call it a jungle because the body bands are broken and the tail bands are also broken towards the end of the tail.

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    its going to be Normal Het Albino [ maybe tremper ]

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    Hi, i have fresh pics of a month old gecko. Can someone determine morph what morph she could be?
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    She needs to be a bit older to know for sure. Here's what to look for:

    --if she loses all her body spots, she will be a super hypo
    --if she retains 10 or fewer body spots she will be a hypo
    --if she retains more than 10 body spots, you could call her a high yellow or high orange depending on what color she is
    --if she continues to look orange then she's also a tangerine

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